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Why Steer Into Rough Seas? Interviews With The Experts: Kris Ohleth

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As part of our series of interviews with people leading community engagement for the U.S. offshore wind industry, we're delighted to have our friend, Kris Ohleth, join us.

Topics: Clean Economy Public Affairs Thought Leadership

Recapping Our Fourth Quarterly Cleantech Editors Roundtable

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On April 21, we had the honor of welcoming the editors who have formed our Cleantech Editors Roundtable. This fourth convening continued producing useful insights from people who see trends emerge from the thousands of pitches our companies collectively send them each month.

Topics: Marketing & Communications Thought Leadership

Why Steer Into Rough Seas? Interviews With The Experts: Ashley McLeod

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As part of our interview series with Offshore Wind’s (OSW) community engagement leaders, we were thrilled to talk with Ashley McLeod. A former executive with the Virginia Maritime Association, a former school teacher and a past school board member. Ashley’s combination of experience has given her an unusually deep understanding of how a local community makes decisions. That’s serving her well in her current role as Director of Stakeholder Engagement for Avangrid Renewables’ Kitty Hawk Offshore Wind Project.

Topics: Clean Economy Public Affairs Thought Leadership

Fourth Quarterly Cleantech Editors Roundtable

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This Wednesday, we’ll be hosting our fourth (!) quarterly cleantech editors roundtable. For us, it’s hard to believe we’ve had the privilege of convening this group on a quarterly basis for over a year. Time flies.

Topics: Clean Economy Thought Leadership

Big Thanks to Solar Industry Magazine for Running Our Analysis

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Thanks to Mike Bates of Solar Industry Magazine for recently running our analysis on the opportunity in front of solar panel makers.

Topics: Clean Economy Thought Leadership

Why Steer Into Rough Seas? Interviews With The Experts: Jessica Dealy

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The solid reception to our talk at the 2019 Offshore Wind Conference inspired us to stay focused on the topic of best practices for offshore wind developers in their community engagement efforts. We followed the talk with the first analysis of current and recommended practices: “Why Steer Into Rough Seas? Helping Help Offshore Wind Avoid Community Acceptance Problems.”

Topics: Clean Economy Public Affairs Thought Leadership

Discussing Micromobility with CleanTechnica

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Nat Schub and I enjoyed talking with CleanTechnica’s podcast host, Mike Barnard, to discuss the importance of the micromobility (MM) industry and our analysis of its public affairs programs. A year in the making, the analysis was a pre-pandemic snapshot of an exciting sector that’s evolving and growing.

Topics: Clean Economy Marketing & Communications Thought Leadership

Latest Wave of Anti-Renewable Lies Reminds Us Cleantech Still Under-Invests In Sector Defense

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What do these people have in common? Leading light Texas Governor Greg Abbot, Fox News windbag Tucker Carlson, Mensa member (and former DOE Sec.) Rick Perry, corrupt former BLM Director William Perry Pendley, and an anonymous propagandist at the Wall Street Journal’s editorial page. 

Topics: Public Affairs Marketing & Communications Thought Leadership

Cleantech Editors Roundtable Episode 1 In 2021

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Fellow cleantechers - 

Have questions you want to ask editors of the major cleantech news sites? We’ve got a webinar for that. 

Five editors have agreed to convene on Wednesday, January 13th at 1-2 PM EST to discuss:
 

Topics: Clean Economy Thought Leadership

Why Steer Into Rough Seas? Interviews With The Experts: Nancy Sopko

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Nancy Sopko doesn’t currently drive community engagement at an offshore wind company. But we had to include her in this series for a number of reasons, not the least of which is because as the head of the University of Delaware’s Special Initiative on Offshore Wind, Nancy (who is the successor to the legendary Stephanie McClellan) has achieved a unique, sector-wide perspective on how offshore wind development is scaling in this market. Also, Nancy and Stephanie are both veterans of the offshore wind sector and were part of a small group of early players who cleared barriers to aid in the successful launch of U.S. offshore wind development.

Topics: Clean Economy Public Affairs video productiom Thought Leadership